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Hi,

On my shop category pages and product page I would like to display what sizes we have available for each product. So let’s say I have 5 sizes: small, med, large, xl, xxl…

IF the product has all those sizes available I wanna say “5 sizes available” or “available in s, m, etc”.

IF the product only has m, l, xl available I wanna say “3 sizes available” or “available in m, l, xl”..

Can anybody point me in the right direction?

With <?php $subheadingvalues = get_the_terms( $product->id, 'pa_size'); foreach ( $subheadingvalues as $subheadingvalue ) { echo $subheadingvalue->name; } ?> I have been able to output all sizes that exist, but I wanna hide those that have no stock on said product…
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You initially asked for the option to select multple sizes. Now you want that and multiple qty for multiple sizes. Thats more complex.

initially I asked “So instead of a dropdown I want sizes displayed, each with their own quantity box.

but thanks anyway ;-)

maybe I should just go with grouped products anyway.

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thanks for your reply..

hmm, that still wouldn’t give them the option to add different amounts of each size right?

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Hi,

I have a WooCommerce question: I’m using variable products, i.e. shirts in different sizes. But I want the customer to be able to add multiple sizes at once.

So instead of a dropdown I want sizes displayed, each with their own quantity box.

I know that that is pretty much how an grouped product behaves. But essentialy they aren’t grouped products. It’s one product with multiple variations, thus a variable product.

Anybody know any solution, got any pointers on how to achieve this.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi.

Anyone know of a WP theme similiar to this website:

http://www.luxdenbosch.nl/

Been browsing the categories, but no real luck yet..

Thank you.

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I prefer Salient.

Works so smoothly, it’s fairly easy to create great full width layouts…

And less bloated compared to Avada.

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Agreed, it’s annoying.

Always the same 5 – 10 people doing it.

Funniest part is that most of them have a badge that says “Bought between 1 – 9 Items”...

So “GLWS – but I ain’t buying yr stuff!!”....

Haha.

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No standard font. Have something drawn up by your tattoo artist.

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Nope sorry, can’t help you there.

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hi Matt,

it doesn’t matter what order they are in at the product page.

you need to go Products -> Attributes, choose Custom Ordering. THEN go into your attribute “Inhaltsstoffe” ( Products -> Attributes -> Inhaltsstoffe -> AGB Konfigurieren”). There you can drag and drop the ordering of the terms.

The order you enter there will always be used on the front end, regardless of how the ordering of terms is added on your product page…..

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